25 talks for £10. At $1.70 Cdn per talk, that’s quite a bargain, if the topics are relevant to you.
Some presentations of interest to me are:
London Burials and how to find them! and;
The City livery companies.
Great war widows and emigration and; Chatham Dockyard: The Rise and Fall of a Military Industrial Complex.
Why the Welsh Left Wales and; Land of Song.
If I only attended those it would be $2.82 per talk, quite a bargain!
Christine Woodcock and Wayne Shepheard add a Canadian element. Scotland, Jamaica, Nigeria and British India all get a mention.
And I wouldn’t want to miss Janet Few speaking on “Genealogy: the next generation.” It starts in a session at 1 pm ET on Friday 12 November, the only one that’s live. The others, recorded, will premiere on Saturday 13 November and remain available until 6:59 pm on 28 November. That’s just as well as Saturday 13 November is also the date for the BIFHSGO November meeting.
Find out more and buy tickets at www.fhf-reallyuseful.com/